I posted these images awhile back hoping to identify what these are so I can take better advantage of my rife machine.
Pictures are posted here: https://www.curezone.org/ig/f.asp?f=2412
I pass these things almost always after eating bananas. I suffer from poor digestion (among other things), and these parasites are always attached to undigested banana pieces. It does not attach to any other undigested pieces of food besides bananas. I'm thinking maybe it's the Sugar
in the bananas is what is attracting them to it, or could it be that bananas have some sort of anti-parasitic properties?
Some members have speculated it's a mutated form of the borrelia burgdorferi Lyme bacteria and others have stated that it's definitely some sort of nematode worm.
The Salt/C protocol is the best solution I have found, as I can stay on that indefinitely without experiencing any form of resistance from these parasites. Lugol's Iodine
works great also, but I have to stop after 3 days as it begins to lose it's effectiveness.
Another symptom I'm experiencing is the crawling sensation on the face, top and sides of my head, and creacking/cracking sensations on my neck. It is noticeable most when I take a dose of the Salt/C or make the mistake of drinking/eating something with high sugar.
When I experience these crawling sensations (inside my head), I feel a increase in circulation (cold rush of blood) through my brain with in increase in alertness and cognition (I suffer from very poor cognition, concentration, ect.) It almost feels like as if something (a worm) has moved which was blocking blood flow to certain areas of the brain.
Oh, and yesterday when I went to blow my nose, I blew out one of those "things" in the pictures linked above. Pretty frightening but not as bad as when I first realized I had parasites in my body years ago.
I am having an endoscopy and colonoscopy tomorrow and I hope they find something.
EDIT: Visually they could not find anything from the scopes. They took biopsies and the results should be here in a few days. Not really expecting anything.